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TitleCited byYear
Transductions: Bodies and machines at speed
A Mackenzie
A&C Black, 2002
Cutting code: Software and sociality
A Mackenzie
Peter Lang, 2006
Mobile technologies of the city
M Sheller, J Urry
Routledge, 2006
Wirelessness: Radical empiricism in network cultures
A Mackenzie
MIT Press, 2010
The performativity of code: software and cultures of circulation
A Mackenzie
Theory, Culture & Society 22 (1), 71-92, 2005
Wisdom, decision support and paradigms of decision making
A Mackenzie, M Pidd, J Rooksby, I Sommerville, I Warren, M Westcombe
European Journal of Operational Research 170 (1), 156-171, 2006
Overview: oxidant and particle photochemical processes above a South-East Asian tropical rain forest (the OP3 project); introduction, rationale, location, characteristics and tools
CN Hewitt, JD Lee, AR MacKenzie, MP Barkley, N Carslaw, GD Carver, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 10 (1), 169-199, 2010
The production of prediction: What does machine learning want?
A Mackenzie
European Journal of Cultural Studies 18 (4-5), 429-445, 2015
Quantified: Biosensing technologies in everyday life
M Kragh-Furbo, A Mackenzie, M Mort, C Roberts, J Sherman, S Day, ...
MIT Press, 2016
The problem of the attractor: A singular generality between sciences and social theory
A Mackenzie
Theory, Culture & Society 22 (5), 45-65, 2005
Untangling the unwired: Wi-Fi and the cultural inversion of infrastructure
A Mackenzie
Space and Culture 8 (3), 269-285, 2005
Codes and codings in crisis: signification, performativity and excess
A Mackenzie, T Vurdubakis
Theory, Culture & Society 28 (6), 3-23, 2011
Programming subjects in the regime of anticipation: Software studies and subjectivity
A Mackenzie
Subjectivity 6 (4), 391-405, 2013
More parts than elements: how databases multiply
A Mackenzie
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 30 (2), 335-350, 2012
From cards to code: How extreme programming re-embodies programming as a collective practice
A Mackenzie, S Monk
Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) 13 (1), 91-117, 2004
Re-imagining the land, North Sutherland, Scotland
AFD Mackenzie
Journal of Rural Studies 20 (3), 273-287, 2004
Taking roles in interdisciplinary collaborations: Reflections on working in post-ELSI spaces in the UK synthetic biology community
AS Balmer, J Calvert, C Marris, S Molyneux-Hodgson, E Frow, M Kearnes, ...
Science & Technology Studies, 2015
Problematising the technological: the object as event?
A Mackenzie
Social Epistemology 19 (4), 381-399, 2005
Bringing sequences to life: How bioinformatics corporealizes sequence data
A Mackenzie
New Genetics and Society 22 (3), 315-332, 2003
Transduction: invention, innovation and collective life
A Mackenzie
Draft, Protocolo disponÝvel: http://www. lancs. ac. uk/staff/mackenza/papersá…, 2003
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